Arts for the Community at Thomas University
ACTU's mission is to combine the gifts and energies of Thomas University personnel and students (Act One) with those of community members (Act Two) to provide excellent arts events for the community. For this reason, we have named this organization ACTU Act Two: Arts for the Community at Thomas University. For more information, call 229-227-6964 or e-mail email@example.com.
Arts for the Community at Thomas University presents Trio 238 featuring violinist Minyoung Cho, cellist Boyan Bonev and pianist Eun Mi Lee on Friday, September 19 as the first of their Friday at Noon season series in the chapel of the Thomasville First United Methodist Church located at 425 N. Broad St in Thomasville, GA.
Minyoung Cho earned her doctorate at Florida State University and performs in orchestras and with chamber ensembles throughout the region, including the Tallahassee, Valdosta, Albany and Mobile Symphony Orchestras. Boyan Bonev holds Doctor of Music and Master of Music degrees from the Florida State University, and is currently teaching cello, double bass and orchestra at the University of West Florida and Pensacola State College. Eun-Mi Lee, a native of South Korea, is currently a doctoral candidate at FSU and in much demand as a collaborative artist
Series coordinator, Karl Barton, stated "We are very fortunate to have this award-winning caliber of young professionals performing on our series, and these three are at the top of their field."
Friday’s program will feature works by Piazzolla and Beethoven.
Barton continued, "These concerts are my very favorite because of the perspective you get in an intimate space like the chapel. If you have time, I can't think of a better lunch break!"